Ambedkar University Invites Applications from Environmental Researchers for Mine Restoration in Orissa

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Ambedkar University, Delhi invites applications from Environmental Researchers for a project launched under a grant received from SAIL. The project is entitled, “Ecological Restoration of Degraded Landscapes in Bolani Iron Ore Mine of SAIL, A model for sustainable development, biodiversity conservation and carbon dioxide mitigation strategy”. The University intends to appoint One Research Officer (Remuneration Rs. 30,000 consolidated), Two Research Assistants ( Remuneration: Rs. 25,000 consolidated), One Field Supervisor (Remuneration: Rs. 16,000 consolidated) and One Senior Field Worker (Remuneration: Rs. 8,000 consolidated) for the duration of the projects which is 2 years and 3 months.

The project is being undertaken at SAIL Bolani Iron Ores Mines, Orissa. The project team would be stationed at Bolani for extended periods with occasional visits to Delhi for sample analysis, data compilation and documentation. Applications must be made in the enclosed prescribed format and sent through email as pdf or word attachment to reps@aud.ac.in. Offline applications can also be mailed to the University. Last date of submissions of applications is 30 July 2013.

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